Is the FieldKit case UV resistant?

Is the FieldKit case UV resistant?

Yes! The FieldKit case is rated to f1, indicating that the material has met both UV and water exposure or immersion requirements as called out in UL 746C. The material is suitable for outdoor use with respect to exposure to ultraviolet light and exposure to water in accordance with UL 746C.
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